Vol. 20, Issue 5
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News (PDF, 1.07 MB)
Two new Liebherr cranes, Kobelco restructures in China, Potain splits tower crane ops, New 25m CTE, First non-American big Grove RT, SC&RA responds to new crane rule clarification, Comansa re-brands, New 35 metre Bronto, Haulotte sells Italian rental business, 2,000th Magni 360 degree telehandler, 100th Grove GMK4100L-1, Ruthmann opens US office, Riwal builds 135ft battery electric boom lift, Geda & Potain unveil internal operator hoist, Aichi to distribute Socage and financials round-up.
Pick & carry cranes (PDF, 1.01 MB)
In every industrial installation contract, lifting the component into its final position is just part of the total process. We take a look at various types of pick & carry cranes that are the right for a variety of jobs.
Low level access and mast booms (PDF, 1.2 MB)
As most of us are thinking of summer vacations, many manufacturing companies will be gearing up to carry out major maintenance, repairs/replacement, cleaning or general production layout changes. We review some of the latest access equipment - particularly low level access and mast booms - suited to this type of work.
Dealer guide (PDF, 846.07 KB)
The C&A annual product source and dealer guide for all the crane, access, telehandler and ancillary equipment currently manufactured, along with the contact details of the distributors for the UK and Ireland.
Liebherr Customer Days (PDF, 415.74 KB)
Last month Liebherr held its tri-annual Customer Days at its mobile crane facility in Ehingen, Germany. We bring you a few of the highlights, including two new crane launches.
CMC concentrates on spiders (PDF, 320.08 KB)
Italian manufacturer CMC - celebrating its 20th anniversary this year - is unusual among the many Italian spider and truck mounted lift manufacturers in that it is based in the south of the country in Bari. Mark Darwin visited the company to find out more.
Rental software meets telematics (PDF, 531.95 KB)
For years equipment manufacturers have had the ability to collect data from the machines they produce. The challenge now is to manage and use all that data effectively, helped by integrating it into rental software.